Building Information Modeling (BIM)

Today, Building Information Modeling (BIM) is one of the most demanded and innovative trends in building plants, factories, shops, works, warehouses, and so on. BIM solutions accumulate essential data on facility structure, equipment used, and all work performed throughout the project lifecycle in order to ensure the effective data use with no losses. From pre-design preparation to decommissioningall project participants, contractors, and management company's representatives collaborate within a unified information environment, and thus reduce project errors, speed up work, and improve quality control. Designed in line with manufacturing sector specifics, the solution controls the compliance with all regulations and standards, and analyzes various structure options by multiple parameters.

BIM benefits by project stages:

1. Design

  • Unified environment for engineering data management enables the creation of an integral facility information model based on a variety of data
  • Different facility parts can be designed simultaneously by several Internet-connected groups working anywhere, with collision detection tool significantly improving quality of a final project and eliminating errors at the construction site
  • Analytical tools help calculate loads, create and compare various project options
  • Easy-to-use visualization tools greatly streamline demonstration and approval of future construction stages, including direct 3D design upload to VR room

2. Construction

  • The control center receives real-time work progress data and monitors processes on several sites simultaneously, thus helping dispatchers to quickly take corrective measures
  • Responsible persons can access strategic construction management functions through Personal Account Page accessible from both fixed workplace and mobile devices, and use BIM tools to generate analytical and statistical reports on construction progress
  • Automated management of construction machinery ensures continuous high quality and accuracy of on-site work performance
  • Video analysis tools streamline monitoring of current on-site situation and movement of people across restricted zones, and detect construction machinery downtime

3. Operation

  • Unified solution for effective and transparent management of core assets, supplies, equipment, and resources
  • Integration with ERP system enables more effective cost accounting and budgeting
  • Full facility history is available at any time: facility and equipment passport, technical regulations, work plans and reports, etc.
  • BIM supports supply logistics optimization, arranging and monitoring of scheduled and emergency work, operational and strategic monitoring of all business processes of an industrial facility

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Anna Zavtur

Anna Zavtur

Deputy Director General, Director for Building Information Modeling Development, CROC

+7 (495) 974-22-74 ext.7154

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